Caldwell House Bed and Breakfast
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This morning late breakfast at 9:00 and at 11:00, we went for a long walk in Tallman Mountain state park. Wonderful weather and scenery, Some trees started to turn orange or red. We also found some mushrooms (orange and yellow). When I was taking some pictures, a group of people came and told us that this fungus is called ...
... we make it? We've loaded up with tent, sleeping bags, camping gear, about 6 rubbermaid containers full of ****...ey-yi-yi....and a full day of rain. We will drive as long as I can take it, with a stop for lunch with my lovely nieces in Ithaca, and on to a view of Niagara in the rain. I have the birth certificates loaded for crossing borders with kids, and I think we will start out listening to Matilda...I need something to make me laugh. Roald Dahl always ...
... br> On the bus now, it really is like going to school. The German lady, whose name I forget and a new guy. I really should have put a counter on how many people I have met in my time here. Such an eclectic, yet so similar bunch of people. The new guy is not very talkative. He sounds British, are we really that much more reserved? He has quite a posh accent, but so far conversation has revolved around him asking where Bethany's office ...
... then realised I wanted butter...which was with the milk. I'm surprised I wasn't dizzy by the end of it.
I picked up the basics like rice and pasta. And I even found some baked beans (which the girl at the check out said were really good. The jury is still out on that one, as I had pizza tonight for my tea). I wanted some oreos too, as they are comparatively low fat biscuits (stupid low fat diet. Sometimes I really disapprove of Doctors Orders. Yes, ...
... the grand finale—the 102nd floor observatory of the Empire State building. As we approached the building we saw that the top portion of the skyscraper was lit with rainbow themed lighting, likely for Pride weekend, which looked superb. My best friend Corey told us how great the view is at night after he visited NYC recently ( Thanks Corey…you’re a blues!). This was the moment that solidified the idea of how huge NYC really is. The 360 ...